According to a leak, Windows 12 will be compatible with a new Intel platform called Meteor Lake. Enough to prepare for the release of the future operating system which, according to rumors, will rely heavily on artificial intelligence in which Microsoft firmly believes!

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Windows 11 is barely adopted by users, who still prefer Windows 10, which its successor is already talking about. Leaker TLC (@leaf_hobby) on Twitter has shared new details about the upcoming Windows 12 operating system through upcoming Intel processor leaks. What does this insider tell us who has since deleted his publications?

To read > Windows 12: release date, news, price, what to expect?

Intel’s Meteor Lake will support Windows 12

TLC is a hardware account and its new (deleted) Windows 12 reveals have gotten enthusiasts talking. According to the leaker, future Intel processors are resting on a new platform called Meteor Lake with 20 PCIe Gen 5 ports of which 16 are dedicated to GPU and 4 to storage.

Until then, it’s no surprise that a new platform is emerging. Except we learn through TLC that support for Windows 12 is on the program. We do not know why the leaker deleted his publications, but several media had time to keep a copy.

Read > Windows 12: the release date is finally clear

What’s new in Windows 12?

For the moment, Windows 12 has given us several information about it. Among the new features to remember, features related to artificial intelligence which were teased at CES 2023 by Microsoft. The AI ​​will undoubtedly boost the operating system, which is not surprising when we see the efforts of the Redmond firm in this direction through ChatGPT. The chatbot has notably been deployed on Edge, iOS, Android and Skype.

Windows 12 also revealed its future interface to us which, we imagine, is doomed to evolve over time. Especially since based on the calendar of previous releases, this new version of the operating system could arrive in 2024. Of course, this date remains to be taken with a grain of salt.


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